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Jurnee 06-4247   

In shelter Cat

Fremont, Alameda County, California, ...
Pet name:
Jurnee 06-4247
Domestic Short Hair
Brown Tabby
At only 4-weeks-old little Jurnee (DOB 5/6/21) was found alone outside and was taken to our rescue vet.  They worried that she might have sustained some physical harm.  However once we got her to start eating she blossomed into a very healthy kitten.  And that's an understatement.  She loves to run back and forth between her foster parents on the couch.  And when she has the courage to jump down good luck trying to scoop her up without winning a game of tag with her.  She loves to pat her little paw against yours as if every point counts.  But when she's tired she crawls up onto your shoulder and snoozes into a deep sleep.  And then good luck not feeling guilty when it's time to move her.  What a sweetie!  She really loves her humans.  Jurnee will be ready for adoption after 7/20/21 when she is scheduled to be spayed.  She will do best in a home where she will get a whole lot of attention.

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